KANSAS CITY HEART RHYTHM SYMPOSIUM 2017
August 12-13, 2017 | KC Marriott Downtown

KCHRS 2013 Conference Highlights

Topics and Speakers

 CRT Non-Responders: Causes and Management

                James Daubert – Duke University Medical Center

AF and Dementia can Dementia be Prevented in AF Patients

                John Day – Intermountain Heart Institute

Who is the Right Candidate for CRT? The Patient Selection Conundrum

                Niraj Varma – Cleveland Clinic

KU Pioneer in Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Award –

              Albert Waldo – Case Western Reserve University

State of the Art in Heart Rhythm Monitoring

                Rhea Pimentel – University of Kansas Medical Center

Don’t get fried in the EP Lab: Advances in Radiation Reduction

                Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy — University of Kansas Medical Center

New Directions in Antiarrhythmic Drugs for Rhythm Control in Atrial Fibrillation — Untying a Gordian Knot

                Sanjeev Saksena—Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

MRI and Cardiac Devices

                Samuel Asirvatham – Mayo Clinic

Role of Genetic Testing for Electrical and Structural Cardiomyopathies: Are we there yet?

                Abraham Kockeril – University of Illinois

Understanding Lead and Cardiac Device Failure and Appropriate Management Strategies

                Madhu Reddy — University of Kansas Medical Center

Understanding bleeding and stroke risk in patients with Atrial Fibrillation

                Anne Gillis – University of Calgary

Systemic Anticoagulation – How do you select which drug for whom?

                Sana Al-Khatib – Duke University Medical Center

Left Atrial Appendage Exclusion for Stroke Prophylaxis – State of the art field

                Andrea Natale – Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute

Renal Denervation for Treatment of BP, CHF, AF and VT

                Douglas Packer – Mayo Clinic

Understanding Cardiac Autonomic Disorders: Neurocardiogenic Syncope, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia

                Raghuveer Dendi — University of Kansas Hospital

Cost effective management of syncope: What works and what doesn’t?

                Kathy Blake – University of New Mexico

The Role of Imaging in the Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias

                Richard Fogel – St. Vincent, Medical Group

Durable Pulmonary Vein isolation – can the mission ever be accomplished?

                Andre d’Avila – Mount Sinai Hospital

Are advances in energy sources, contact feedback, and other bells and whistles equal to better ablation outcomes?

                David Callans – Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Debate: Should a patient with Primary Prevention ICD or CRT-D and Subsequent Improvement in EF >40% Get a Defibrillator at time of Elective Generator Replacement?

 Sana Al-Khatib – Duke University Medical Center        Martin Emert — University of Kansas Medical Center

Subcutaneous ICDs: Why, Who and How?

                Samuel Asirvatham – Mayo Clinic

Cardiac Device Infection: Intricacies in Management

                Anne Gillis – University of Calgary

 Ablation of Aflutter in CHD/ Risk stratification in CHD

                Edward Rhee – Phoenix Children’s Hospital

Tools and Techniques for Successful Lead Removal – Notes from a Seasoned Extractor

                Loren Berenbom — University of Kansas Medical Center

Adjunctive strategies in improving the outcomes of non-paroxsmal AF ablation

                Andrea Natale – Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute

Comprehensive Management of Ventricular Tachycardia Storm

                David Callans – Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

PVC Mediated Cardiomyopathy – Diagnosis and Treatment

                Luigi DiBiase – Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute

Epicardial VT ablation – Tips and Traps

                Andre d’Avila – Mount Sinai Hospital

Role of Hemodynamic support in Complex VT/VF Ablation

                Douglas Packer – Mayo Clinic

 

 

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Sponsors/Exhibitors

Thanks to our sponsors/exhibitors!

We would like to thank the following for sponsoring the 2013 Kansas City Heart Rhythm Symposium.

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Boston Scientific

 

We would like to thank the following for exhibiting at the 2013 Kansas City Heart Rhythm Symposium.

 

Medtronic

St. Jude Medical

Atricure

Estech

Sanofi Aventis

Janssen

Forrest Pharm

Pfizer

Cardionet

eCardio Diagnostics

Astra Zeneca

Biosense Webster

Lifewatch

Journal of Afib

University of Kansas Hospital

Global Atrial Fibrillation Alliance

Biotronik

Abiomed

Biomedical Systems

Boston Scientific

Bristol Myers Squibb

 

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